Fast Drawer Liner

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Introduction: Fast Drawer Liner

I needed to line a pantry drawer, so with a few materials around the house I whipped this up.

Step 1: Materials

I used Mod Podge, but it isn't necessary for the liner.  It just makes the paper a little more durable and easy to wipe down when needed.

The main material is:

Wrapping Paper

Additional:

Measuring tape (if you don't have have a calibrated eye, which I do not)

Mod Podge  (White glue diluted with water)

Step 2: Measuring

Measure the length and width of the drawer for the lining.  The measurements for this drawer are 20" x 23".

Step 3: Prepping Paper

Roll out the wrapping paper.  Cut a length leaving enough for about a 4" overlap on each side.

Measure and fold down the edges until the paper is the same as the measurements of the drawer.

Spread newspapers under the liner and pour a good amount of Mod Podge on it.  Be careful of the amount, I used a little too much and it cause my paper to warp a little. 

From the center working out smooth the glue towards the edges with a brush or paper towel.  Try and make the coating as even as possible.

Allow to dry.

Step 4: Fini

Place the new liner in your drawer and replace the items removed.

A Fast Drawer Liner that cost nothing and used what was lying around the house.

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    sunshiine
    sunshiine

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I noticed how wonderful Mod Poge wasm when I made a journal a couple of months ago. This is a great idea, I just might try it! Thanks for sharing.
    sunshiine